U.S. adults in the 16-to-34 age bracket, known as millennials, are less likely to subscribe to pay-television services than older adults, yet they are not showing signs of cord-cutting en masse, a report from eMarketer.com says. A Verizon Digital Media Services poll conducted in November indicated that 13% of millennials do not have a pay-TV service, compared with 9% of older adults.

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